HSLDA recommends that parents who are homeschooling struggling learners and/or children with special needs arrange for regular evaluations and document their child’s progress. It is important to keep accurate records…

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Homeschooling is not without challenges–especially when it comes to teaching struggling learners and children with special needs. This newsletter will introduce you to some resources which may help you with…

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Homeschooling allows parents of children with learning challenges, and/or gifts and talents, to incorporate their child’s strengths and interests while they work together at the student’s pace to “catch-up” on…

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“My child wants to read so badly, but he struggles so much. He is embarrassed because his brothers and sisters, even the younger ones, can read better than he can.…

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The incidence of children with Asperger’s Syndrome is increasing. But parents across the country report that homeschooling their Asperger’s children offers the breathing room they need. Homeschooling helps parents apply…

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